Business man and smart sneaker Mark has a few wives, but they don't know one another, let alone about them. They all, however, feel something's off about Mark having to go certain places within the snap of a finger. At first, when Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann's characters, one a lawyer, one a know-how wife, meet another, they are furious, but then they calm down and secretly talk about Mark genuinely.
They then soon find out, over a joke, that they're not alone. Plus, Mark's job is pretty much going around meeting other girls and sleeping together with them, taking more than just a little money in the process. The three girls who know are heartbroken, the only positive thing is that while they may be jealous of one another deep down, they like that they got to meet. Together, they decide to get more than a little even with Mark, some pranks including bigger nipples and extra intake laxatives.
This is in a way, my kind of movie. I especially liked it when there was an unnecessary breakup, but it ended nicely and nobody was hurt, except Mark, of course. I just wish there were a little more pranks, and there's a little bathroom humour that didn't need to be there. In the long run, though, I was expecting it to be an excruciating swear fest or a bland drama. Nope. It's a chick flick without being committed to anything, except enjoyment.